Monday, April 23, 2018

Scientific Calculator Basics Document Now Available

Scientific Calculator Basics Document Now Available

If you are new to scientific calculators, ever wondered what the [sin], [log], and [e^x] keys actually mean, or want a refresher on the basics: then this tutorial is for you.

The document convers common scientific functions such as:

* Typing in large and small numbers by using scientific notation

* Calculating powers and roots

* Logarithms and anti-logarithm functions

* Trigonometric functions, such as sine, cosine, and tangent; along with their inverses

* Basic statistic and linear regression calculations

* How to enter fractions and numbers in degrees-minutes-seconds formats

* How to convert integers between binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal

This document covers a variety of scientific calculators, aimed at infix algebraic (two or multi-line scientific) calculators.


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